Move welders' training into virtual reality
Get to know Dig in Vision - innovative
VR Welding Simulator for vocational training
Dig in Vision is a unique simulator that allows you to recreate the welding shop environment in virtual reality. With our simulator, both beginners and advanced trainees are guaranteed an authentic welding experience. Real-time adjustments of welding parameters provide an immersive and genuine simulation
Self-learning with our
Dig in Vision simulator is a complete tool for welding self-learning. During the training, the presence of the instructor is not mandatory, because the student receives real-time reports after each training run with results and texted hints by Weld-Master AI
Virtual Training Center
Dig in Vision offers a unique solution in the form of a complex Virtual Training Center that provides a complete VR training experience for the welding industry. The solution can be fully customized to meet the needs of a wide range of customers, and is designed to teach welding techniques for both small and large-scale industrial objects. Customized samples, objects, and workspaces can be prepared and used for training, allowing for the simulation of real job positions and the best possible preparation for future duties
Available to everyone, anywehere
Dig in Vision technology was deployed in Invest Park - the largest industrial zone in CE for specialized training for their industries. Additionally, our simulator will be the main Welding Skills Testing and Development Device at the 2023 Edition of the AUTO-FACHMAN Tournament for young welders in Pszczyna, near Katowice in cooperation with KSSE - the Katowice Special Economic Zone.
Lucrez in Europa, a Romanian work recruitment agency, is using Dig in Vision's virtual reality simulator to assess job candidates' skills and suitability for various jobs, including welding, plumbing, and electrical work. The partnership showcases the versatility of the virtual reality platform in industries beyond traditional training applications.
We implemented the Dig in Vision technology in a French industrial company - Techni Industrie - specializing in the production of heavy vehicles and railway cars. Thanks to our Virtual Training Center, they can train new welders in conditions that reflect their real duties at the workplace and significantly reduce the cost of onboarding of their new workers.
Cranfield University uses the Dig in Vision Virtual Training Center - the virtual reality welding simulator for their training programs. Dig in Vision’s Simulator is used to demonstrate the MIG/MAG welding method to Postgraduate students at Cranfield in their Material and Welding Engineering Courses at the Cranfield University Welding Research Centre.
The world’s first combined VR and real life welding training for over 300 Kenyans youths under the care of The Toolkit Skills and Innovation by Mrs. Jane Muigai Kamphuis. Project is founded by the German Agency for International Cooperation GmbH GIZ aiming at Sustainable Growth and Education in Afric and runs since 2022.
Thanks to the Selam Children Village - the largest Swiss-Ethiopian Youth Education Development Organization in-country - in 2022, the Dig in Vision Virtual Training Center was implemented for sustained Welding Training and Education for the entire community and instructors in Ethiopia at Selam Vocational & Training College in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Project is funded and supervised by The Swiss Charity organization - The Charity Selam.
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Dig in Vision team is thrilled to announce a collaboration with the Intrase Hue Language Training and Career Education Center in Thua Thien Hue, Vietnam. This partnership, formed in conjunction with EU Workers, aims to revolutionize vocational training by introducing an innovative VR Training Center for Welders that enhances skill development and meets the growing demands of the European labor market.
The welding industry has traditionally been male-dominated and lacks diversity in terms of race and gender. This is a significant issue as the industry faces a shortage of skilled welders, with projections indicating that over 400,000 welders will be needed in the United States alone by 2024. The welding industry needs to embrace new technologies to attract a more diverse group of people and prepare them for the workforce. One such technology is virtual reality (VR) welding simulators.
The welding industry is facing a shortage of qualified welders in both Europe and the United States, which can lead to delays in projects, increased costs, and a decline in the quality of work. As a result, there is a growing need for innovative solutions, such as VR welding simulators, to help bridge the skills gap and train the next generation of welders. At Dig in Vision, we offer a unique VR welding training solution that can be tailored to the needs of a wide range of customers in the welding industry.
Our partner, The Toolkit Skills and Innovation, has successfully deployed our VR welding simulator solution in Kenya. Over 300 Kenyan youths will undertake welding training on our simulator, which provides a safe and effective training environment and guarantees them a better start in the future with a stable profession in their hands.
Since January 2022, the Cranfield University Welding and Additive Manufacture Centre implements the Dig In Vision VR - Live Welding Simulator for their Manual Welding Demonstration Program for Postgraduate students. It’s utilized as a Demonstration Tool of Manual MIG/MAG (GMAW) welding technique to students, who are usually trained in Mechanized Welding.
This July 2022, Dig In Vision VR - Live Welding Simulator becomes operational equipment to assist in the full-time recruitment process of Welders in Romanian Lucrez in Europa Temporary Work Agency. It will act as the Skills Verification Tool to select suitable candidates applying for work in the Welding Industry in the European Union.
The Toolkit iSkills, an enterprise in Kenya cooperating with Dig In Vision, to implement a Virtual Reality Live Welding Simulator in East Africa.
Dig In Vision adjusts itself to the rapid changing VR Technology and impact to the environment
The article makes us aware of the benefits of using VR technology in training future welders, whilst reducing completely the high cost of materials used in real environments when educating. It also informs us of what kind of areas or zones this technology is immediately accepted.
Dig In Vision met again with Selam Children's Village TVET to launch the 1st VR Welding Training and Education Center in Ethiopia.